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Research on the characters and systematic position of the fungus causing the grapevine disease known as false black rot and excoriosis



Research on the characters and systematic position of the fungus causing the grapevine disease known as false black rot and excoriosis



Annales de l' Institut Phytopathologique Benaki 1981; 12(2): 208-215



The disease, which has been attributed to Macrophoma flaccida and is endemic in the Chalkis region of Greece, is caused by a Camarosporium sp. with 2 types of spores, A and B. On infected grapes 3 kinds of pycnidia, containing spores of type A, B or a mixture of the 2 were found. All 3 kinds developed in cultures from A or B spores and on grapes inoculated with mycelium from the spores. The new comb.

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